The long awaited Sin City sequel A Dame to Kill For is a pretty satisfying follow up to the original and Robert Rodriguez rocks it without a doubt. Frank Miller’s dark graphic novel never looked so good. In terms of appearance that much is very true. The 3D aspect makes it feel as though the film is being viewed from within.
The Expendables 3 feels a little flat without Bruce Willis as Church and the middle is a bit saggy, perhaps as much as Kelsey Grammer’s middle but Antonio Banderas saves the entire film as the best action-man/comic relief imaginable. It never helps a film when an actor who was in the first two installments of a franchise leaves suddenly with a good portion of bad publicity. Willis was fired from the third segment of this popular escapist action “series” amid producer Sylvester Stallone’s Twitter tirade where he accused Bruce of being greedy and lazy.
Mila Kunis was on Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday when the host decided to talk about having babies, Ashton Kutcher’s fiance got directly to the point and said that men are not pregnant. This moment occurred a little after a proud and excited Jimmy Kimmel announced that he and his new wife Molly McNeary are having their first child. The 46 year-old performer made the statement that he and his wife were pregnant.
As the world’s media crank up the excitement level for the Cannes Film Festival, reports are that Sylvester Stallone and his “Expendables” brought the main thoroughfare to a standstill as this geriatric action-man Peter Pan and his lost boys rode tanks down the Croisette to an appreciative crowd. While Stallone’s film The Expendables 3 is not a Cannes entry, the “boys,” and one girl were there to hype their latest and provide some publicity in terms of photos and banter.
As un-entertaining as the MTV Movie Awards show was, it was nice to see that someone else noticed the lengths that the camera crew went to so that Mila Kunis’ baby bump was not visible to the audience at home. Wearing a simple black number, the 30 year-old Ted star came up from the crowd to collect her Best Villain Award for her portrayal as Theodora the Wicked Witch of the West in Oz The Great And Powerful.